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Let's spend a day at the fair. Go to the time-honored livestock shows, play some games, enter contests, enjoy the exciting live entertainment, be brave and ride on the carnival rides, or feast on the fair food; but don't forget to see the demolition derby or rodeo.
Join the Joliet Slammers for affordable, family fun all summer long! Parking is free or you can take the train to beautiful Silver Cross Field located in downtown Joliet, IL. Special promotions for this event include Opening Night festivities and two dollar tickets ($2 Tuesday)! The Joliet Slammers are a professional baseball team based in Joliet, IL that play in the independent Frontier League. Home games are played at Silver Cross Field in Joliet. They are the 2011 Frontier League champions.
There's fun for the whole family, and if you would like the collection of David Bradley tractors this is the place to come. Along with the tractors there's farm demonstrations, children activities, tractor pulls, weed wacker pulls, a flea and crafts market, plus for a fun filled experience you don't want to miss the tractor square dancing show.
Begin your evening of fun and adventure with dinner at the Jacob Henry Mansion but-don't plan on leaving until you have solved the mysterious Murder Mystery! The theme revolves around the 1920 era and dress from that period is encouraged. Costumes add to add to the festivities, but are not necessary. We will meet you at the Town Meeting at the Jacob Henry Mansion for a fun filled, lighthearted, personalized package where guests unknowingly become entangled in an intriguing web of drama and suspense as they become victims - the suspects - or the "KILLER."
Experience the flavors of the region with the Joliet area's first ever Restaurant Week. From February 17-26, 2017, area restaurants from Morris to Lockport will be offering exclusive menus and discounts for those looking to discover new and unique dining experiences.
In an effort to highlight the importance and intricacies of water, the Forest Preserve District will host the Smithsonian Institution’s “Water|Ways” traveling exhibit from Saturday, January 28, through Saturday, March 11. “Water|Ways” explores the significance of water in the human experience from historic, environmental, economic, political and artistic perspectives. The exhibit consists of five freestanding exhibition sections, as well as two digital content stations featuring information on “The Power of Water” and “Our Relationship with Water.”